Question about 2002 GMC Envoy
How hard is it to get the blower wheel out of the housing?it vibrates more as you turn up the speed. maybe the wheel is fine and just out of balance.do i need to adress this asap or can i run the fan on low? i dont have a problem taking it to gm dealer but if i can do it in a timely manner i will do it in my garage. im a service tech for industrial heating an airconditioning company so i understand mechanics, controls, wiring etc. if you could help that would be great.
If you remove the glove box, you can easily access the blower motor. The blower motor is held in by 3 bolts, 2 of the bolts are easy to get to, the third is a little more difficult. I had this same exact problem with mine and all I had to do was remove a bunch of leaves that got into it somehow, but I had all apart and back together within 2 hours, it may not have even been that long. Hope this helps ya.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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Gear Kit, Steering
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